During WorldWar1- Essence Briggs
Women taking over mans work
Mid-way into the war the became proudly welcomed into the workforce, though many concerns arose, concerns on sexist remarks towards women in the workplace and the worry that woman's willingness to work for lower wages would put them out of work.
The government make work easier for women that were unskilled in certain types of factory work to improve efficiency.
Women working in the first world war
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